Wendell Moss graduated from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology in 2007 with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology. He has been part of The Allender Center’s Teaching Staff since 2010, and he also works as a Practicum Leader at The Seattle School and in private practice in the Seattle area. Since 2007, his work as a therapist and minister has focused on men, sexual addiction, sexual abuse, and the overall impact of addictions. He has been privileged to serve both men and women within The Allender Center in many realms: sexual abuse recovery (Men’s Recovery Week), lay leader education (Lay Counseling Certificate), healing in marriage (The Marriage Workshop), pursuing delight and rest (Sabbath Weekend), and exploring childhood and identity formation (The Story Workshop). Wendell’s primary area of focus at The Allender Center is around men’s engagement their stories in a way that tends to and cares for their younger self within their stories. This focus allows him to do deeper work toward helping men engage the impact of sexual abuse, addiction, and trauma. His work with The Allender Center also includes work with African-American men.